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MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE: On the outside, the S500 looks like any other S-Class, but inside, it bristles with wires and computers. The car has eight radar sensors - two in front, two behind, and four all-round sensors to detect objects and obstacles.

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MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE: On the outside, the S500 looks like any other S-Class, but inside, it bristles with wires and computers. The car has eight radar sensors - two in front, two behind, and four all-round sensors to detect objects and obstacles.

Autonomerc mobility

Mercedes-Benz is testing its autonomous car on Californian roads.
Dec 13, 2014 5:50 AM

WILL a cactus falling in the desert make a sound if there's no one to hear it? Does an autonomous car need a steering wheel if nobody is driving it?

The second may not actually be a philosophical question but Mercedes-Benz has an emphatic answer nonetheless.

According to the German

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